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Tea culture: the experiment in South Carolina - Page 3
by Charles Upham Shepard - 1899 - 27 pages
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Experiment Station Record, Volume 11

Agriculture - 1900
...warmer portions of the United States in two ways ... (1) By establishing a plantation . . . with a capital sufficient to carry the work to a point where...established place in the markets of the United States, and (2) to grow tea for home use in the farm garden." The cheaper grades of tea can not be profitably...
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Experiment Station Record, Volume 11

Agriculture - 1900
...portions of the United States in V ways ... (1) By establishing a plantation . . . with a capital cient to carry the work to a point where the product can be offered equal terms with teas holding an established place in the market* the United States, and (2) to grow...
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Yale Sheffield Monthly, Volumes 7-8

Science - 1901
...ways. One is by establishing a plantation on the scale of that at Summerville with sufficient capital to carry the Work to a point where the product can...States. The other is to grow tea for home use. In China tea is planted in the garden not only for supplying the table, but also for ornamental purposes....
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